West of Cardiff
All tours can be booked for any day of the week by request. We schedule these day tours from Cardiff as follows: Monday - North of Cardiff, Tuesday - East of Cardiff, Wednesday - Tenby and Thursday - Gower. Contact us for any other day of the week and we'll scheduled you in.
Llanstephan is a picturesque coastal village nestled in Wales, known for its serene beach and stunning estuary. The beach stretches along the coastline, inviting visitors to take leisurely walks or bask in the sun. Its golden sands provide the perfect spot for picnics or simply enjoying the beauty of the surroundings. The estuary, on the other hand, offers a tranquil retreat for nature enthusiasts. With its calm waters and abundance of wildlife. As the tides change, the estuary reveals hidden treasures, such as sandbanks and unique rock formations, adding to the allure of this coastal gem.
Llanstephan Castle is an impressive medieval fortress located in Carmarthenshire, Wales. Perched on a hilltop overlooking the Towy estuary, it offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and coastline. Dating back to the 12th century, the castle stands as a symbol of Wales' rich history and architectural heritage. Its imposing stone walls, tower, and battlements tell stories of battles and sieges fought long ago. Visitors can explore the ruins, wandering through its ancient halls and climbing up the narrow spiral staircases to reach the top of the tower.
Laugharne and Dylan Thomas
When visiting Laugharne and the Dylan Thomas Boathouse, visitors will be immersed in the rich literary history and natural beauty of this charming Welsh town. Laugharne, located on the estuary of the River Taf, offers breathtaking views of the coastline and picturesque medieval castle ruins. The highlight of the visit is the Dylan Thomas Boathouse, where the renowned Welsh poet lived and wrote some of his most celebrated works. Stepping into the boathouse is like stepping into the past, with its authentic furnishings and memorabilia, allowing visitors to gain insight into the life and creative process of this literary genius. Whether you are a fan of Dylan Thomas or simply curious about Welsh literature, a visit to Laugharne and the Dylan Thomas Boathouse is a must.
Pendine Museum of Speed
Visitors to the Museum of Speed in Pendine will be treated to a thrilling journey through the history of speed and its impact on society. As they step foot into the museum, they will be greeted by a mesmerizing display of iconic racing cars, motorcycles, and other vehicles that have pushed the boundaries of speed. The exhibits showcase the evolution of racing technology, from the early pioneers to the cutting-edge machines of today. Alongside the impressive collection of vehicles, visitors will also have the opportunity to explore interactive displays and multimedia presentations, providing them with a deeper understanding of the science and engineering behind achieving high speeds.
Tenby, a charming coastal town located in Pembrokeshire, Wales, offers an array of must-see sites for visitors. Steeped in history, the town is known for its picturesque harbor, sandy beaches, and pastel-colored houses. One of the must-visit sites is Tenby Castle, a medieval fortress that provides panoramic views of the town. The National Trust's Tudor Merchant's House is another highlight, offering a glimpse into the life of a wealthy merchant in the 15th century. St. Mary's Church, with its impressive stained glass windows and intricate carvings, is a stunning example of Gothic architecture. For nature enthusiasts, a visit to the nearby Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is a must, where breathtaking coastal walks and wildlife sightings await. Tenby truly captivates visitors with its beauty, history, and natural wonders.
PLEASE NOTE: All tours are inclusive of admission to attractions, transport and a professional guide. Tours depart from Cardiff National Museum or your hotel by arrangement. Tours are 9am to 6pm. Where an attraction is closed an alternative will be included. These tours take place in all weathers and appropriate clothing ought to be worn. Food and drinks are not included. The ticket is non-refundable.